Yeah, have to agree with WildCat
on that one. It all depends upon the quality of the "evidences"--thanks--if it is as you suggest, actual evidence Trump is a Russian stooge, he does not have to worry about prosecuting him. Even the Republicans in the House would not save Trump, certainly before mid-terms. Nor, frankly, would enough Republicans in the Senate. Trump would be done. Abandoned. Fox would be promoting how lucky we are to have Pense rather than Her Turn.
So I do not think that is the case.
If Mueller is trying to "catch" him in a lie--which is what Feds do--then it is not something the House would necessarily impeach over, certainly without a Democrat majority. Even then, there is no way that the Dems gain 2/3ds of the Senate to convict. Then what is the "point" from Mueller's standpoint to get it out early? No, he wants actual crimes. Whether or not a sitting President can be indicted becomes irrelevant since impeachment becomes the primary modality.
Clinton lied under oath. He committed perjury. Was he ever prosecuted? In a way he was in that he lost his law license after his term ended, but otherwise, no, certainly not federally.
Given that Mueller is not actually a Democrat "shill" risen up from the Stygian sewers that brought us Obama and New York City, I doubt that he is going to wave about a technicality against Trump. I also doubt that he would let someone remain President a day longer than necessary if he has "Da Smokin' Gun." Could you imagine, say, Trump concludes a treaty with the Lone Fat Boy in North Korea, then a few months later it is learned that Mueller knew
Trump paid Putin
Vlad I for golden showers and the opportunity to invade Detroit? That he knew it for, say, a year?
I do not think Mueller is that stupid. So, at this stage, I suspect if he is trying to "nail" Trump he is trying to do so in the manner they "nailed" Martha Stewart.
Anyways, you want "balls" and "chutzpah," see Rob Blagoyavichiadekurt's Waifu
trying to cast his claims on tape that he wants something in exchange for Obama's senate seat as being "an abuse of power by the FBI." They are trying to pretend they are victims to convince Trump to pardon him. His substantive
appeals failed. He will continue to rot--as he should.
Incidentally, his case--in the state where all governors seem to retire in federal prison whatever the party!--is a good
example of "how it should work." After a bipartisan committee voted to recommend impeachment 21-0, he was impeached and EVERYONE in the House save one Chicago Machine Member voted to impeach: 114-1. After the next election, the House reaffirmed the impeachment 117-1, and the lone dissenter his sister-in-law: Deborah Mell. I am not making that up. The Illinois Senate unanimously voted 59-0 to remove his ass.
Even in the cesspool that is Illinois politics, "let right be done!"
The same would happen if Mueller had such evidences.